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Love of Yesterday

Craving the slow down, back too true old– lazy love, without strings attached, learning love’s interest like a comfortable wrap without enduring lengthy details of a map of unlikely pairs matched. No interference of internet, cell phones and reality tv, interfering with the multitasking of loving and keeping family, at peace. To awake after a … Continue reading

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Fair Warning

Trust me, the way he lusts for me makes my fabric come undone, I blush–profusely when he asks to enter my plush Palace, merely, with his crown, or the dialect of his tongue. I fear he see’s an uncontained fire brewing in my eyes, passed–my aloofness too explain, notices how serious I become in thought, … Continue reading

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The Tryst

The friend refused to again be a wall flower, in the wee hours –of tree’s, cognac and trash talk, forming a trio, that ended the night with– the steamiest shower. All on one accord, no holds barred, the future wife’s gift, too the bachelor’s growing- hard. A party of party’s, no need for stripper’s, home … Continue reading

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Shades of Blue

These blues wrestled too be free — yearned too be unnestled of they’re usual whining– too publicly sing. Like the snow, these Blues were beneath me, my coldest journeys in life, ‎since going without sleeves, nearly losing inviting arms– too frostbite. Back, when love was still worn on my sleeves, foolish, full of itself- accepting … Continue reading

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Unfiltered Cold

Often a slave of emotions, in the afterlikes of Fate,  as it sums up an unfiltered cold, of life’s shoulders-that await. What could match this zero below, in a heart’s bitter chill? Nothing, by comparison too stoic stillness, as bitterness flows- past it’s will. In the frozen depth of icy breaths– resentful icicles– hang, sharpened … Continue reading